I like cars alot, and I figured since I haven’t ever done this on this site, I’ll make a list of the 10 new cars I’d most like to own. Here goes:

  1. Aston Martin V12 Vanquish Well, before this car I can’t honestly say that I was a big proponent of Aston. But this really changed my mind. Its shape is absolutely gorgeous, and what’s more, it’s the James Bond car. You really can’t go wrong.
  2. Audi S4 Avant I think this car is a contradiction in and of itself. Audi has taken a big, immensely powerful V8 and put it in a station wagon the size of my Accord. Considering the 1.8T version of the A4 is fantastic to drive, this can only be better, right?
  3. Honda S2000 I feel, as a Honda owner, that it is requesite to include a Honda on this list. Although I’ve never driven an S2000, I certainly long to, due partially to it’s glove-like fit and back to basics attitude, and partially because it’s just so damn cool.
  4. Infiniti FX45 It took me awhile, but I’ve really come to dig the FX. At first I wasn’t sure about it because it was neither German nor made by Honda, but the more I see them and hear that great V8, the more I want one. If I had to buy an SUV, this is one of the very few I’d consider.
  5. Land Rover Range Rover Given the other vehicles on this list, you may not have expected to see the Range Rover show up here. However, the sheer class that the Rover emits, in addition to that air of mystery that surrounds it, puts it on my list.
  6. Mercedes Benz E55 AMG This would be the obligatory cruising sedan. Give me one in black and send me on my way. Seriously, though. The old E55 was OK, but never really did it for me. This new one, though, is just killer. I love both the interior and exterior, and I think M-B is headed in the right direction.
  7. MINI Cooper S Works What’s not to love about a 200 hp MINI? I think that combination of power with the MINI’s disarming look and easy to live with size makes for a fun drive.
  8. Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Coupe I have a thing for the Porsche 911. I am in love with that shape. I would like to someday own a late 60′s 911 as a secondary car (because I could never afford a new one). But why this 911? True, it’s not a turbo. But it is a fantastic looking car nonetheless, and you have to love the light strip across the tail.
  9. Toyota MR-2 Three words: keep it simple. Toyota does just that. I think the MR-2 is minimalism at its finest. It’s one of those cars that you just want to drive for the sake of driving.
  10. Volvo V70 R C’mon, a 300 hp AWD Volvo wagon? Exactly why I like it. Back when Abe had his Volvo, I’d take a stab at the gas and it would take a moment to respond. Alas, that’s just not the case with the R. Like that’s a bad thing.